Cindy Endress and I typed in all the Bible requests at the Berean office while Mary Ginzel and Carol Rieker folded studies.
The day was sunny and if one just looked outside would think we had a beautiful spring day except it was COLD. The temperature was hovering at 37 degrees when I got home this afternoon and the house was cold. A fire was started and of course by the time that heated up and lunch was done there was no way I wanted to go outside to work. A little later when I finally did go outside it was to discover the tire on my car quickly going flat. When Mark got home the car was moved into the back garage so he can change the tire out of the wind tomorrow morning. If it isn't done in time I can just take his car to work tomorrow. We had a very nice email come in last night which I posted below:
He did call and is coming to see the horses on Friday. We were suppose to have 30 square bales delivered on Friday and he even offered to help unload and stack but the hay guy just sent a message that he would like to bring the bales on Monday instead so no free labor. Oh well it is only 30 bales.
Hello, my daughter & I saw your beautiful horses at the Horse Show in Springfield Illinois at the beginning of March, and was smitten from that moment. I am hoping to get a chance to speak with you about your magnificent horses. I know from volunteering at the Midwest Equine Horse Rescue, that finding a spare moment isn't always easy. If you could let me know when would be the most convenient to call. I look forward to speaking with you. The horses are extremely beautiful. I love the pictures on your blog of the horses kicking it up. Then I got to the one where it is sitting down and laughed out loud. Not something you see a lot of horses do. I look forward to speaking with you tomorrow.